Urban Tree Care and Preservation Strategies
Our certified arborist will confidently advise you about tree care and preservation. We are experienced with routine maintenance, tree protection from alterations of the environment and saving historical or valued trees.
Proper maintenance for safety and health
Routine maintenance on trees is necessary to prevent structural problems and promote limb strength. For example: a thick and/or heavy crown of a tree may cause failure of the entire tree. Removing deadwood from trees removes a potential fire hazard and the insects and fungus taking up residence within. Diseases left unchecked can spread to other healthy trees and is occasionally necessary to remove a sick tree to preserve others.
Protection during building and landscape construction
The perspectives of a certified arborist are helpful when choosing to protect the roots of existing trees at a construction site—building and/or landscape construction. When the environment of trees is being altered, knowing how to protect them from harm is important. Architects and landscape architects alike often require the expertise of a consulting arborist before any work is done at the site.
Preservation of valued and/or historical trees
A certified arborist can provide advice to mediate on issues that involve trees growing on public or private property that are a concern or a source of disagreement in the neighborhood. We prefer to preserve trees as their contributions are necessary to maintain a healthy and beautiful environment but several factors may need to be examined in order to determine whether saving a tree is appropriate.